It's transfer season in the Premier League and the action in the window looks as though it's beginning to heat up.
You've probably seen your club linked with a number of players, but which deals are likely to be done before the deadline? Find out here...
Robert Koren - Hull City to Reading
Reading have been tentative in the transfer market so far, but are set to ramp up their business next week. A £1million deal for experienced winger Robert Koren is on the cards, with the player desperate to return to the top flight. Hull are keen to hang onto Koren, but will happily take the money to re-build their squad. (Chances of it happening: 8/10)
Victor Moses - Wigan to Chelsea
Despite spending nearly £40million on Eden Hazard and Marko Marin this summer, Chelsea are still chasing more width. Wigan flyer Victor Moses fits the bill, but the club have had a £10million snubbed. Blues boss Roberto Di Matteo remains a fan and is likely to try again, but won't budge beyond £12 million. It's money Wigan might not be able to resist. (7/10)
Mathieu Debuchy - Lille to Newcastle
Newcastle have made signing a new right-back a priority this summer, with France star Mathieu Debuchy their first choice. A £4million bid was rejected on Monday evening, but expect them to come back with fresh terms. Lille want a fee closer to £10million, and are counting on Inter Milan to spark a bidding war with an offer. This one will run and run. (6/10)
Nicklas Bendtner - Arsenal to Benfica
Having expressed an interest last summer, Benfica are again keen on Arsenal's wantaway striker Nicklas Bendtner. The Denmark front-man has hired a second agent to help find him a new club, and he's already at work, trying to drum up interest. A move to Portugal would depend on taking a wage cut - something Bendtner is yet to decide on. (5/10)
Edinson Cavani - Napoli to Chelsea
Chelsea have made several checks on powerful striker Edinson Cavani in the last 12 months, but any hope of him being their Didier Drogba replacement appear to be dead. A £20million bid was mooted in January, but Napoli have now told interested parties they won't sell for anything less than £70million. It's not a goer. (1/10)
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